Registration open through July 22 for NSF workshop on sustainable urban systems in the Mississippi River watershed
Registration is open for a Aug. 12-13 workshop on “Developing a Convergence SUS (Sustainable Urban Systems) Agenda for Redesigning the Urban-Rural Interface along the Mississippi River Watershed.” Ulrike Passe and Kimberly Zarecor, associate professors of architecture, and Janette Thompson, Morrill Professor of natural resource ecology and management, received a $50,000 National Science Foundation grant for the workshop at the ISU Alumni Center, which will focus on relationships and connectivity among urban and rural landscapes and communities in the 1.2 million-square-mile Mississippi River watershed. Cost is $30 for faculty, researchers and professionals and $20 for students. Registration deadline is Monday, July 22. If you plan to present a poster, indicate this on your registration and submit your poster abstract on or before Thursday, Aug. 1.
July 9, 2019 1:30 pm